Big Horn Mountain Festival Coming Later This Month

Big Horn Mountain Festival Coming Later This Month

The annual Big Horn Mountain Festival, a three-day music event, will be happening later this month in Buffalo.

This year marks the 14th festival and will feature artists from around the country and some local favorites performing at the Johnson County Fairgrounds July 20th, 21st, and 22nd.

John McEuen, with over 50 years of musical performances all over the world, will be headlining this year's event.

Festival co-organizer Paul Jarvis said in a release, "McEuen was a founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and brings us his current band, the String Wizards. He will perform Friday and Saturday night and present a Saturday workshop featuring stories and songs from the iconic 1972 Will the Circle Be Unbroken album. He heads a great lineup of eight outstanding bands for 2018. We have several Wyoming bands and some great young talent.”

Also performing at the 2018 Big Horn Mountain Festival will be Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen, Bryon Bowers, the Two Tracks from Sheridan, Jalan Crossland, the High Country Cowboys, Jeff Troxel and Bryan Wicklund, and Prairie Wildfire from Buffalo.

There will also be workshops, demonstrations, instrument raffles, camping, food, refreshment, and arts and crafts vendors at the festival.

Tickets for the festival are available at the Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce and The Sports Lure in Buffalo; CB Music in Sheridan; Music Service Center in Gillette; or on-line at

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